Enjoy a Vegetable Container Garden
Growing plants upside down has more ups than downs! Cucumbers and tomatoes are commonly grown this way. And there is the bonus of having another crop on top. Here, grape tomatoes and a couple Mediterranean herbs team up with dark accent plants for beauty.
Tip: To create this look, poke a hole in growing bags, buy a planter designed for this method, hang a bucket that has a hole in the bottom, or make your own.